Postpartum recovery and healing was always meant to look like this.
Malaysia has the lowest rates of postpartum depression in the world. They also have a community, government, and culture that deeply values the mother.
Today, we’re talking to Valerie Lynn, an international speaker, author, and trainer on Multicultural Postnatal Recovery Practices.
She’s sharing the Malaysian practices and traditions that have helped them produce the lowest rates of PMADs in the world and why they should be seen as a gift to mothers and families across the world.
Where to find Valerie Lynn:
In this episode, we are sharing:
Valerie’s story of postpartum anxiety and OCD
Connecting to the Malaysian practices that produced the lowest rates of PMADs in the world
When a community deeply values mothers
The multicultural influence on postnatal recovery
Extending care beyond the mother and into the families
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